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  • British Gas has ordered 1,000 new all-electric Vivaro-e vans from Vauxhall, reportedly the largest commercial battery electric vehicle (BEV) order in the UK to date. The BEVs will arrive over the next 12 months and be rolled out nationwide across the British Gas engineer workforce.Centrica, owner of...

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  • Rail electrification is one part of a strategy that should also include energy management for stations and offices – suggests Peter Selway.

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  • Greenpeace and the Aldersgate Group of businesses, NGOs and public sector bodies are among many to set out their blueprints for a green recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic. The new manifesto: A Green Recovery: How We Get There published by Greenpeace UK, calls for transformative recovery packages, ...

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  • The UK’s automotive industry is set to benefit from a £73.5mn government investment to develop green technologies and safeguard jobs.A total of 10 projects across the UK will receive a share of this new investment to develop cutting-edge technology for the next generation of electric taxis, cars and...

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  • Green number plats are set to be rolled out from autumn, UK Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has confirmed, under plans to drive a green economic recovery in the UK.As part of the government’s plans to achieve net zero emissions by 2050, drivers will be encouraged to make the switch to electric vehi...

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  • A survey commissioned by the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (LowCVP) and the National Franchised Dealers Association (NFDA) has found that UK motorists considering a new car are now more concerned about ‘going green’ – with 50% saying that environmental friendliness has become more important to them...

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  • Total has joined the Getting to Zero Coalition to support the decarbonisation of the maritime industry by collaborating with companies across the maritime, energy, infrastructure and finance sectors.The Coalition’s goal is to help achieve the target set by the International Maritime Organisation (IM...

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  • Equinor has unveiled its ambitions for reducing emissions from its ships and how it will contribute to decarbonising shipping.The company is aiming to halve maritime emissions in Norway by 2030, compared to 2005 emissions, by escalating its production and use of low carbon fuels; and to halve global...

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  • A new report from the Centre for Policy Studies (CPS) points to a ‘significant opportunity’ for hydrogen to decarbonise the transport sector, which is now the largest source of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. It claims that a focus on electric cars needs to be complemented with action on heavier veh...

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  • The German government has unveiled a rescue package to help fight the worst economic shock in decades and transform the economy to make it greener and stronger. Under the plan, €2.2bn will be spent on incentivising electric cars and car fleets, supporting auto industry jobs and helping the...

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